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Apr 06, 2023 15:20 EEST
April 6 (SeeNews) - Croatia's state-owned motorway management company Hrvatske Autoceste (HAC) said on Thursday that it has opened a tender for the introduction of a new electronic toll payment system estimated at 100 million euro ($109 million).
The deadline for submitting bids in the tender is June 5, the company said in a statement.
"The tender is available as of today on the European Union's website for public procurement (Tenders Electronic Daily) and on the local website for public procurement of state gazette Narodne Novine (EOJN) and will last 60 days," HAC said.
The company said that the introduction of the new system will be financed from the National Recovery and Resilience Plan. The estimated value of the new system refers to the motorways managed by HAC and its peers Bine Istra and Autocesta Zagreb-Macelj.
($ = 0.917 euro)
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